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We extended our trip to Belém and walked over to the Aquarium which really felt a lot more like a private collection. However, it was still quite nice and it was quaint. Quite a bit of the information is in Portuguese and some of the...More
This museum is quite old, but the good people from the Portuguese Navy take really good care of it.
It's a small aquarium/museum but still has plenty to see. From tropical freshwater species to local marine life.
On the entrance level floor you have all...More
I was staying in Algés, so I decided to visit this aquarium. I’ve been to huge ones around the world, so I would say I’m spoiled. However, this aquarium has a nice environment and it is not packed with tourists. I was the only visitor...More
This is a very good activity to do with children. The walk towards this aquarium is spectacular, its by the atlantic ocean. once inside, you easily spend 2 hours looking at marine life . Its very beautiful and serene. The facility is very well made....More
It's one of the most visited aquario of Portugal, totally dedicated to the oceans,
unfortunately I had no time for a visit, but friends told us, there are 4 main tanks, filled with countless different species; nice to go with children.
Our family loved the visit, the pond at the entrance is amazing, with huge Koi fish that can be fed by the visitors. Inside, the museum is very informative and presents a great oceanographic collection, having loads of different species to watch and enjoy.
Our family loves a visit to the Aquario Vasco de Gama! To begin with, the fish pond in the garden at the entrance to the aquarium is a favourite thing for our kids to re-visit and re-visit. There are heaps of huge fish with big...More